DeAndre Jordan

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Brooklyn Nets center DeAndre Jordan is known for his rim-rattling dunks but the big man credits his on-court production and ability to stay positive during the COVID-19 crisis to an unlikely source — meditation.
The 31-year-old All Star now wants to show the world his enlightened side with his show the Mindful Life, which debuted last week on PlayersTV, a new channel on Samsung TV Plus that delves into the lives of athletes.
The show follows the charismatic Jordan as he immerses himself in sound baths, indulges in exotic plant-based meals and performs yoga with goats to highlight the fun and adventurous side of mindfulness.
“I want the show to be like nothing anyone has ever seen before,” he told Reuters during a phone interview from his home in Malibu.

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